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    January 30, 2013
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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> developing at five -- controversy over anti-gay remarks made by a 49ers player. the comments come just days before super-bowl 47. good evening, i'm pam moore. we'll sit down with our sports director gary radnich in a moment. but first, kron4's j-r stone is live in new orleans -- to tell us what was said to cause the up-roar -- j.r? >> reporter: the comments were only 30 to 40 seconds. but it has caused controversy, take a listen.
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>> i want to hear from my gay guys. >> >> stop the tape. >> these comments were made on media day on tuesday. as he was being interviewed on the lang show. who has worked for the radio shows in the past, including howard stern. in a statement released from the organization, it says that the san francisco 49ers rejected comments that were made yesterday. there's no place for discrimination within our organization at any level. we proudly serve the lgbt community. and they
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need to stay quiet about being gay. >> i appreciate your time and good luck at the game. >> reporter: some very bold comments and certainly hours and hours of interviews have been done. with the players, the coaches, the owners and these were some of the most controversial. reporting live, j. r. stone, kron 4 news. >> pam: here now -- sports director gary radnich. is this going to have impact into the big game? >> gary: i actually had to look up who this was but i do not think so. he is just a 25 your kid-25 year-old kid. his name is chris culv
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er he is not overwhelmed with interviews and of this shock jock got something out of him antibiotics and says something stupid. >> what about your gay guys? >> i do not do any of the gay guys? >> there are nobody on the team. i cannot be with that sweet stuff. >> certainly, this is no defense. >> gary: he is not being used to being interviewed but when of those shock jocks want to be howard stern. and he gets in the spirit of are there any gay guys? are there any gay guys? they take this to something to really mean something. and i receive
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about 150 e-mails per day and those are out there that to not want the wife or somebody's skin or their sexual orientation and they are just ignorant. but when you have shoulder pads it is a big story. do you remember our friend, bobbie? he was the editor here for 18 years i used this story there was an incident where an athlete was pretty well known to its of the about case. and he said to you think some moron is going to define me? he could care less and i've always taken that to heart. it makes a good story and coming up, case floors but at the end of the day this is an ignorant guy. that black people that and not want white people they do not spend time around each
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other. straight people around gay people to not spend any time around each other. everyone's somebody to love, a job, everybody wants to associate with j. r. stone! [laughter] >> pam: thanks gary -- we'll see you at six for sports. but right now -- let's go to grant lodes -- he's tracking the social media explosion over the comments i love our team and our players. i absolutely abhor discrimination. these don't have to be mutually exclusive feelings. much more super bowl coverage ahead this evening. we encourage you to join the conversation. >> pam: later, we'll tell you how police are making
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sure celebrations don't turn into scenes like this. the out of control crowds after the giants world series win. then -- kron 4 will talk to 49er legend -- former quarterback steve young. gary will get his thoughts on the big game -- live at 6-45. and of course -- stay with kron-4 as we count down to super bowl 47. we'll have live coverage from the super-dome all week. and we know you will be watching the game, but be sure to flip to kron- 4 right afterward. for full super bowl post game coverage. that starts at 7 on sunday. >> right now, police are digging for leads in the decades- old san francisco kidnapping of ten-year- old kevin collins. tonight -- we are hearing from the missing childs parents -- and learning more about possible suspects. but first -- justine waldman just talked to the chief of police. she is standing by with what is happening now. >> reporter: the chief told
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me "we never give up." and while it seems now the search on tuesday did not find kevin collins. it did reignite the cold case. we have learned police interviewed a person of interest back in 1984. who lived at the house where the search took place on tuesday. at the time, that man allowed police to search his home on masonic ave. that man was never arrested and has since passed away. here is more from the chief: >> "in going over the cold case the inspectors developed some new information they did more investigation, there is more investigation that needs to be done but it was enough in concert with the fbi to get a search warrant to go back there we have better tech now the cadaver dogs went through there. they did both hit on a location it appears the hit that they hit on are the bones of an animal but the me is still going through that." >> reporter: the chief would not elaborate on what prompted investigators to get that search warrant.
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whether it was a new tip or piece of evidence. now, investigators are waiting for the results of those animal bones found underground. just to make sure it is not kevin. coming up. i spoke with the lead investigator from when the case broke in 1984.hear what he has to say at 6. >> we spoke with the mother. on one and closure would be nice but she cannot bear the thought to know weather or not her son is dead. coming up we will hear more from an collins and we will be visiting with person in ann
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collins at 8:00 p.m. >> pam: just hours ago, kron4's maureen kelly tracked down a man who owned the building where the recent search took place. he was renting both units out at that time of the abduction -- but still had access to the lower level, where investigators could be seen coming and going on tuesday. anything unusual i probably would have noticed if there would have been concrete dock up. it just seems like would know something? >> pam: coming up at six. you'll hear what he remembers about his former tenants. the search for answers in the kevin collins kidnapping. spans nearlykron 4 has dug through our archives. tonight, at six we'll show you the intitial search -- and events leading to what's happening now stay with kron-4 as we continue to track the cold
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case of missing child -- kevin collins. more on the web at kron-4 dot com. as well as our facebook and twitter feeds. >> right now, a candlelight- walk. to mark the anniversary of a long- missing dublin child, is just hours away. 13- year old ilene misheloff. vanished on the way home from school 24- years ago. tonight's two-mile march will start at 7 p-m at wells middle school. and will mark the path ilene took the day she was kidnapped. more on this story- tonight on kron4 news at 8. >> warmer weather now hitting the bay area. you''re looking live at downtown san francisco, and from our camera atop mount tamalpais. i'm here in the weather center with jaqueline bennet - is the sun sticking around? feels like springtime. >> jacqueline: it is noticeably warmer temperatures in the 60s 68 in santa rosa. 66 degrees
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and san jose and 60s in pleasanton. even downtown san francisco, 63 degrees. as we take a look at our current conditions 63 in napa, we are going to see warm weather for the next several days. we will take a look at your extended forecast, coming up. >> catherine: a developing story. police in arizona are looking for a 70-year-old man suspected in a phoenix office shooting today. you can see people being taken out of the building where it happened. one person was killed and two wounded. the man who died was the ceo of the business.called "fusion contract centers." it's still not clear why it happened.but one of the injured is an attorney who has been representing a client in mediation. dozens of employees locked doors and hid far away from windows in the minutes after the shooting. >> just hours ago, congress
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wrapped up it's first official hearing on gun control since the new-town school massacre. i'll tell you the changes some are pushing for -- at 5-30. >> pam: but first, a bay area family under attack. kron4 talks to the terrified victims, whose home was vandalized then torched. >> and we are hearing from the man behind the biggest >> and we are hearing from the man behind the biggest well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 1 year when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible.
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>> pam: a developing story. crime soaring in east oakland. kron 4's haaziq madyun spent the bottom of what's fueling the spike in crime. >> reporter: robberies on the rise in east oakland in the fruitvalle district. tracking this trend in the oakland police department is using a crime and statistics technology. >> there will confront an individual and if they're going to their car to the house. or if the individuals are going down the street and not paying attention. on their smart phone. >> these typical items would be gold chains, cash, computer equipment. >> it has been mainly hispanics that had been the victims. these hot spots you could be at the right spot
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at the right time trying to catch the crime in action. >> reporter: haazig madyun kron 4. >> pam: year to date there have been 131. one year later, it has been 150. during the same. . >> pam: right now -- a san jose family, living in fear. they've been terrorized by vandalism and then arson on two nights straight. kron four's rob fladeboe talked the victims today -- who say they can't understand why they're being targeted. >> this arson is much more serious. we are aware of what is going on the home could have burned down. >> reporter: outside their willow glen home, insisting on anonymity for he and his daughter, the owner spoke of their rude awakening early wednesday as their house was deliberately set on fire.
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>> there were flames coming from the front door it was scorched. the floor mat was burning there seemed to be some type of liquid, kerosene. >> reporter: grabbing a garden hose, the owner doused the fire confining damage to the wooden front door and some nearby plumbing and electrical fixtures. less than 24 hours earlier, somebody slashed the tires and threw yellow paint on a car owned by the victim's daughter. there's yellow paint all over the street too. >> i have no idea who would want to do something like this. this is one of the safest neighborhoods will certainly not had an incident like this before. >> reporter: friends and families are stopping to offer their help and their eyes and ears going forward. they are installing a video
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surveillance system. >> everybody loves each other, loves living here we have no idea what happened to cause something to happen like this. >> reporter: in the san jose, rob fladeboe, kron 4. investigators are working on the case. friends and neighbors of the longtime glenwood avenue residents aretheir eyes and ears going working to install a video the victims are baffled as targeted. they're hoping it's all a case of mistaken >> pam: today testing began for system which will replace toll takers at the golden gate bridge. >> no celebrating the super bowl will be doing it responsibly in the mission district. as part of that plan the car bridge cans will be emptied every hour in prevention of mess madness. >> there will be hopefully nothing in there that will cause that could something be used as an incineration
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device. >> many of the merchants have their businesses vandalized. >> the walls were full of graffiti. and you can see the graffiti. >> reporter: visiting with the top brass seem to to be at least. if am i am optimistic of their taking precautions that this will not happen again. >> we need to the community's help solve this is a very safe let us show the country that we are the class city. >> reporter: public intoxication or public drinking will be prohibited and will be twice as many cops and world series celebrations. >> we know there are going to be celebrations but you do not want to be spending the night in jail or a sobering center. >> reporter: the police
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chief is also saying that there will likely be somebody that will be taking video on their cellphones. they are not afraid to track you down that pathway they have done it in the past. in san francisco, dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> jacqueline: it was a gorgeous day today. with sunshine this is what is called a blocking pattern and blocks and the storm clouds so we will stay dry and warm for the next several days. largely the 40's but we will still see 40's for portions of the north bay. for the afternoon, 60s and other locations and even 70's. 70 degrees in sunnyvale. 67
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degrees in napa. 65 degrees in san francisco tomorrow. a look at your extended forecast. we will warm right back up with mostly claude coverage. finally, a break of this blocking pattern as we go towards wednesday. >> catherine: this horrific the extreme weather with that story, coming up.
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>> this just in to the kron 4 news room the update that we told you with the forty- niners quarterback chris culver making anti gay statements these are the
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coming up at five. a showdown over gun violence on capitol hill. what lawmakers are pushing for. and the emotional plea from a congresswoman. injured in a mass shooting. terrifying video as a string of deadly storms hits the south. uprooting trees and spawning tornados. the all-new blackberry is here. but is it better? we break it down for you. keep it here.
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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> today was the first congressional hearing on gun control since the connecticut school shooting. and it began with a plea from former congresswoman gabrielle giffords. catherine heenan is here >> catherine: gabrielle giffords - who was shot in the hear 2 years ago - felt she had to make an appearance on behalf of gun control. it wasn't easy for her.but testimony which began today's hearing. giffords friends say it took hours of practice for her to get ready for her statement. since being injured in a mass shooting in arizona in 2011.she has trouble walking and speaking. but it was her testimony that many people wanted to hear. her husband mark kelly would later say that if there had been tougher background checks. his wife might have been spared. or if there had been >> there are too many children that are dying we must do something! >> catherine: a limit on the size of ammunition magazines.the shooting that wounded her might have been more limited.
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also testifying today. the head of the national rifle association. he didn't give much ground.saying he does 'not' support the expansion of backgroundchecks for gun sales. you miss the point completely i think that it is basic. >> i think you have missed the point. >> catherine: senator dick durbin of illinois also passed on the sad news of one of the latest victims of gun violence in chicago. a 15 year-old honors student named hadiya pendleton. killed tuesday in a park minutes after taking a final exam at school. just last week hadiya performed with her high school band at president obama's inaugural. the tragedy comes days after the president - whose home is only a mile from the shooting scene - announced plans to ban assault weapons as part of an overhaul of gun laws.
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it remains unclear whether those pushing for more control will get everything they want. a lot of lawmakers are from states where gun ownership abounds. new legislation could be written up next month. >> the exclusive interview you are not going to want to mess. ronaiah tuiasosopo's interview with doctor phil airs in two parts. and you can watch them both right here on kron-4. part one airs thursday at four. part two airs friday at four. we have a sneak peek. >> you basically killed her off? >> yes. >> yes. you killed her off with leukemia. that was to
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provide some finality? >> yes why call back? and say that she is not dead. >> i felt like even if we ended this and the truth was not known that we would not be truly be moving on. it was not the truth right then and there i needed to to come clean and and if it and to make it right to kill iand and in it. >> it is a two-part one on thursday, one on friday. >> catherine: a huge storm system has been blasting across the southeast. and that includes here in georgia. where a news crew got close to a tornado. one of several reported today. the funnel cloud roared through the town of adairsville.about 60 miles northwest of atlanta. homes and businesses have
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been damaged. and a local manufacturing plant has been destroyed. another hard hit area -- tennessee. this nashville man was killed when a large tree crashed onto his home. he's one of at least two people killed -- the other victim is from georgia. tennessee is under a state of emergency tonight after severe storms passed through last night and this morning. many buildings were flattened and trees and power lines are down. in texas, mississippi alabama and indiana. this steeple was torn from a church in alabama. farthe pastor says he's just grateful no one was inside at the time. it's just one of many buildings damaged in the area. and this is some of the damage in indiana.where barns, homes and stores were
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damaged. the huge storm front left its mark from the gulf coast - to the great lakes. >> jacqueline: temperatures for in the 60s in a number of locations. 68 in santa rosa, sunnyvale, pleasanton and 66 degrees in san jose. as we look of the current conditions rather mild. temperatures are in the 60s for the most part we are dropping into the 50s. as we take a look at futurecast widespread 40's and it will stay in my health. her dropping into the 30's in some locations as for goal for the early afternoon. tens will get into the 60s with widespread 60s for the afternoon tomorrow and even 70's purify will take a look kaftans in your little hut and how long have warm weather is going to last.
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>> catherine: the federal reserve says economic growth "paused" in recent months. it's reaffirming its commitment to boost a sluggish u.s. economy by keeping borrowing cheap for the foreseeable future. the fed took no new action after a two-day policy meeting. but it stood behind aggressive steps it launched in december to try to reduce unemployment. the government reported today that economic growth shrank from october through december for the first time since 2009. >> pam: just hours ago, blackberry unveiled it's newest phone. some analysts saying this could be the phone makers last chance for a comeback. here with us now -- our tech reporter gabe slate. gabe, we know blackberry has been in some financial trouble -- losing market share to apple and android devices. >> they are of really trying to change their image. let me show you the first video of these new devices caliphate one is a touch screen if the other has a keyboard they will not be on
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the u.s. market until the month of march. still, no price information. this makes it an act a lot like an android. they are trying to make this android hit. they want it to be more personal and haul the major social media has been integrated. they built in the school video chatting messenger service. also you can rent apps and these new black berries look the best and have integrated the best of everything. it will help companies retain its loyal customers but i do not think that they are likely to get him any new customers. it
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might be a little bit too late and more coming up from you, later if purify >> catherine: what is next with facebook and the profits coming up with rob black. [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals
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and here's a treat. dreyer's ice cream is only $2.88. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. >> now for today's market update. stocks close lower after a new report that showed the economy unexpectedly contracted in the fourth quarter. the federal reserve also said growth has "paused" in recent months. on wall street. the dow lost 44-points. it's biggest drop off in three weeks. the nasdaq was down 11. and the s-and-p-500 fell >> catherine: look who is here. we are going to talk about facebook they release their results for the fourth quarter. in the looks pretty close?
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>> yes. mark zuckerberg said the action cares of all shareholders. there are released 680 million people gone facebook. when i buy the stock today? >> no. you can see that technology could be a bit whinnying. however, they have added 41% of revenue. >> catherine: it has been for those people not paying attention we see this as a wild ride since they went public. are they beginning to stabilize? >> $42 per share is ridiculous $18 per share is also ridiculous i think that it is still overpriced. we need to be patient. been however i do think that mark
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zuckerberg is smart. and also, the leader of the company. >> catherine: what do mean that he is a initially caring about share holders? >> initially, he wanted to " make a great products " to. but now, he will finally have some traction on the numbers with the stock. the daily average is up by 20 percent. the stock sold off and came back and if it could still be the same in one year but in five, 10 years it could gain traction. they have more eyeballs than superbowl. >> catherine: they are mobile. >> the users are going well and for instance if i want to check out a restaurant? they have pinterest and i think that it is more successful yelp.. a good
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quarter not of that amazing but i am happier. >> catherine: a bit of the peak. thank you, rob. >> pam: actress lindsay lohan arrived at a los angeles court with her mother by her side. her hearing was on a probation violation charge that could send her to jail. it stems from police allegations she lied about being the driver of her porsche when it slammed into the back of a truck on the pacific coast highway. the judge set a trial date for march 18-th and approved her request to change lawyers. lohan faces up to 245 days behind bars if she's found in violation of her probation. >> jacqueline: it was certainly one of there today upper 60s expected for a number of places and saturday, temperatures are going to cool down a bit with cloud coverage of
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returning. the satellite and radar showing clear skies. that high-pressure is driving the storm well to the north. that is where it will stay for several days. when a see a break in this pattern for at least next week. temperatures in the 40's. 30's for portions of the north bay, and the inland valleys. low 40's for the bay shores. and for the afternoon temperatures will reach the upper 60s and even 70's! 67 in nafta. 65 also in livermore, pleasanton. a very warm day as we take a look at the sierras also on seasonably warm with 50s. temperatures will stay above average as we take a look in our extended forecast locally florida a bit more
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cloud coverage expected for saturday, sunday and they cool down on sunday. we could see some warm air filtering into the bay area. there is the chance of showers that will start to break down by wednesday will keep you posted as we get closer now, let us check out your small bomb ski report fan not any new snowfall to fall fallfish www.snowbomb.com >> reaction, after reaction of the anti-take comments on a quarterback second string quarterback. he recently apologized. the 49ers have distanced themselves and we will continue to keep you updated with people leonora
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for fifth kron 4 facebook thing packag i know thi made a comment, i would be fired. as he should be careful if he has the right to speak his mind we all have our separate opinions. to a people get to defend someone comes to gays. he certainly is entitled to we invite you to flee as on the big controversies up >> coming off with a rare sighting of an otter in san francisco i will explain in the next edition of people behaving badly.
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growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched.
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>> (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found people behaving badly.see the man on his cell phone, to the untrained eye he is just that a man on his cell phone but to me he is behaving badly why, well let's take a close look, this is sutro sam the name given to this river otter that has taken up residence here this is the historic sutro baths located just below the cliff house restaurant in san francisco around this area are several signs just like this that read for your safety, and the protection of the river otter inhabiting the former sutro baths, this area is temporaily closed so the area is closed beyond that point but as i have proven time and time again signs like this are for everyone else, so people walk up to the signs, then walk right past them however it's way beyohnd just ignoring the signs, some people have started feeding the wild otter, and get this some are trying to swim the otter or letting their dog try to swim with the otter
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if figures the minute we get a rare sighting of a river otter which by the way the national park service is still trying to figure out how it even got here people would rush over and try to feed it, and i not a but surprised that people are ignoring the signs or the fences this sign reads area closed for your safety i rest my case . the park service is looking into how to fix the issue and they say is worse on the weekends well let's just hope we don't scare the otter or even worse well lets not even thinks about that , oh yea i almost forgot. one guy told me he believes the otter made this his home because people have been dumping unwanted gold fish in this water . now how is that for behaving badly in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news return to index of stories... if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, e- mail us at 'people behaving badly' at kron- four-dot-com
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kevin collins.. and the steps they are taking. the mother speaks out. >> jacqueline: the mwe do not really see any cold temperatures it is not releasing like the month of january. release seem like the month of january really does not seem like the month of january.
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>> new information tonight at 6. in the search for kevin collins, the 10-year- old boy that went missing in san ago. kron 4's justine waldman has been following this story since it broke.and spoke with investigators a short time ago. she joins us in the studio now with the latest from police. justine? >> reporter: i spoke with san francisco's police chief today. about the search. he told me investigators started to go over the cold- case again and found something that caught their attention. and that is what brought them back to this house on masonic avenue. a home that investigators searched when 19-84. what *exactly that tip or clue is. is still part of >> "regoing over the file now they determined they have probable cause to seek the search warrant now none of these cases are ever over tech keeps getting better and better investigative tech keep improving and from a guy who searched more places and under more things >> reporter: we are waiting for testing to be finished on the animal bones that investigators found. just to make sure it is not kevin. i also just talked with. the lead investigator who handled the case when it broke in 1984. he told me he remembered that everyone was a suspect. when the time kevin disappeared. and that during his search he uncovered tunnels under
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haight street. but he is not sure if the current investigators will go back and look there again. also, there were tunnel's found under haight st. if those have anything to do with his disappearance. reporting live, justin waldman, kron 4. >> pam: the search for kevin collins has lasted almost three decades. and its been a very emotional journey for the family. kron 4's charles clifford kron has a look back. >> reporter: the day he disappeared at a bus stop they saw the boy talking to a tall blond man with a black dog. after the disappearance, they searched a home that matched that description but did not find any trace. the man was never charged with the crime. after his disappearance
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volunteers scored san francisco for weeks. he looked for the boy and it eventually went national covering the cover of newsweek. they set up the kevin collins foundation and perhaps the most promising was when a former priest at san quentin saying that an inmate confessed to killing him and buried him year sought to talk, michigan. that inmate died. -bearing can your saugatuck... michigan >> that is the real torture. >> reporter: although the the whereabouts is that is the mystery. this provided the foundation to help other children reunite with their parents. two years later, in 1996 the kevin collins bashan closed down but sometimes they come in. they're still hoping
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that they will find out what happened. >> we could finally get some closure and be happy with that outcome. charles clifford, kron 4. >> this new lead is not easy on this especially, the parents. and she spoke with us. >> it is hurtful for them to see them at that age. his brother was just one year older, and looked practically identical. it brings back stuff and it all comes up. forgetting how little he was. so, part of me would say that it would be nice if we knew what happened. and part of me still cannot say that past a mother. >> reporter: we are visiting
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with her with an collins. and new at six. the man who owned the building that was searched yesterday in is speaking out. he told kron4's maureen kelly what he remembers about the people who lived there when kevin collins disappeared. >> it's scary >> reporter: daryl mccurry owned the pair of flats from 1977 to 1988.and was renting both units out. he says the upper flat had many different tenants move in and out.but down below he rented to two men.he believed to be a gay couple.who lived there for several years. he says he doesn't remember either man fitting the description of the person seen talking to kevin the day he vanished.tall with long blond hair.with a large black dog. daryl says he was in and out of that building.doing maintenance.and doesn't remember anything odd about the pair.except for one interaction with one of the men. normally the downstairs
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started working out some expletives. and i thought that this is a bit shocking. i thought that it was inappropriate and a bit out of control. it made me wonder about his personality >> reporter: even still he's skptical that his former building is connected to the decades old case. >> if something really did happen there if they are tearing up concrete it seems like a neighbor would have heard something. or i would have noticed or the other tenants would have noticed something. i find it highly unusual that something did really happened there. >> reporter: maureen kelly kron4 news, >> pam: just days before the super bowl, it is operation clean up after one of the players saying that he is not ok with the n f l and gay people. this was on tuesday with a radio
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personality. j.r.? >> reporter: pam, chris culvert issued an apology but as for those comments regarding gay people in the n f l this is what he had to say. >> what about the gay guys to any of those guys approach you. are there any on the 49ers? >> stopped the tape. >> we do not have any gay players on the tape. we cannot be with that sweet stuff. >> this could be one of the most fascinating interviews on the n f l. >> and there are none in the locker room. and you would have to keep it a secret? >> appreciate your time and good luck at the game. >> reporter: again, chris
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culvert issued an apology. the derogatory comments i made yesterday were a reflection of spots in my head, but they are not how i feel. it has taken me to see how they are in print..... i will lauren and grow from this experience. the forty- niners also rejected this comments and support the l g b t community. >> super bowl celebrations on the san franciscohere in san francisco, merchants who are worried about the safety of their neighborhood on super bowl sunday, got a visit from the mayor today. kron 4s dan kerman has details on their concerns and the city's plans. >> reporter: dan kerman? the last time.
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>> they were doing a lot of graffiti and the windows. >> reporter: business owners and the mission district and not for dead after the world series celebration. >> the walls were full. >> there was graffiti on the window and buy garbage can was stolen. >> reporter: let us not forget the fires. wednesday, the fire chief, the mayor, the police chief for telling merchants and that their businesses will be protected. >> i want to make sure that we will speak with everyone. >> reporter: the plan on doing more than just talk. >> twice as many officers as there were after the world series. >> reporter: in addition to more officers, there will be no public intoxication or public consumption. >> be respectful of the property, and also everybody is having a good time that it york one to act out? somebody is going to fill you in the will send it to
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us you to not want this to change your life with the criminal justice system. >> reporter: the mayor also told merchants said they plan to empty trash bins on an hourly basis before and after the super bowl to avoid fires like this. it seems to appoint merchants at ease. >> at least they are doing something. >> i am optimistic they are taking precautions. so if it does not happen again >> reporter: they are confident that the mission district will be safe on super bowl sunday. ultimately it will come down to the fans. and how they behave. dan kerman, kron 4. >> jacqueline: with warm weather bright where we should be for this time of year with the look at the bridge. the last glimmer of daylight. temperatures are mild it was really warm
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today. temperatures reach the upper 60s. 68 in santa rosa. 66 in san jose. a look a your weather headlines with cool and mild that will continue for the overnight hours. even warmer tomorrow in fact this warm weather will stay with us for the extended forecast. we will take a look at that coming up. >> pam: a santa clara man arrested for child pornography. now police investigate his potential involvement behind the videos. robberies are up in oakland. and now police roll out a plan to combat the problem. plus, we hear gabby giffords' emotional call for gun control. that's coming up.
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rise near the fruitvale bart station in east oakland and in response o-p-d is launching a 28-day crime reduction strategy targeting that area these operations will be combining and partnerships and sweeps with a significant crime statistics increase and revealing surveillance and using >> pam: surveillance video usually between 2 to 4 robbers. primarily targeting hispanic men and women. cell phones and laptops >> former congresswoman and mass shooting survivor gabby giffords made a surprise appearance at a hearing on gun violence today on capitol hill. sandra endo brings us her comments. plus, remarks from the head of the national rifle association in the hot seat today.
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>> reporter: she was shot in the head more than two years ago, and her speech is still affected, but former congresswoman gabby giffords' message could not be more clear. >> "violence is a big problem. too many children are dying. too many children. we must do something!" >> reporter: she gave the opening remarks at the first congressional hearing into gun violence after the mass school shooting in newtown connecticut last december. things got heated when wayne lapierre of the national rifle association took the hot seat. >> "so you do not support mandatory background checks in all instances at gun shows?" >> "we do not because the fact is the law right now is a failure, the way it's working." >> reporter: the nra opposes stricter gun control laws arguing they infringe on the right to bear arms. instead it suggests putting armed guards in every school,
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something critics say doesn't address the problem of gun violence. >> "what do you do about the malls then? what do you do about our movie theaters? what do you do about businesses. we can't have a totally armed society." >> reporter: some lawmakers want tougher background checks and a crackdown on gun purchases meant for another person. the president's task force against gun violence goes even further, including a ban on semi-automatic rifles and assault-type weapons. i'm sandra endo kron4 news. >> jacqueline: sunny skies and warmer temperatures. much the same with temperatures soaring in the 60s. the morning low temperatures will be quite mild. 40's in a number of locations dry and warm. a bit more cloud coverage and
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cooler with temperatures above average for this time of year. a look outside and if there are clear skies. we see that the storm that is driving it to the north. we will keep this pattern going for the next several days. dry, warm air. plenty of 40's for tomorrow. plenty of 40's along the coast, 41 degrees in san jose. 30's away from the coast. the delta, the portions of the north bay and for the afternoon quite warm. '60s and '70s. 67 degrees in san jose. 60s for portions of the inland valley. low 60s for the most part. this same near the coast and a 67 and in napa. 66 degrees in vallejo. warmer for the next
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>> pam: 49er fans packing up and heading out to the big easy this week. kron 4's will tran was in denver on his way to the new orleans when he caught up with the 49ers faithful making the same trek to >> we are not alone. take a look at the gate. 49ers are at the denver airport. we saw so many people traveling and there is no guarantee that they are even going to be at the game. >> do you have tickets? >> no. >> why are you going?
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>> i want to go every year my brothers and i have gone for 17 years. and if we cannot get in the game there is always a great party. >> reporter: what is the plan on superbowl sunday? >> we are looking for tickets every cannot find tickets at a decent price will watch it at the house of blues which was the last time. >> are you worried about counterfeit tickets? >> and you have to be. >> have you ever been duped? >> never. this is where the the 49ers go or not. >> if you decide to go at the last minute my friend got his ticket now he has to fly to houston and travel seven hours. and he paid $4,500. for three nights and
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we got six nights at a hotel. >> we will pay a bit more but not pay the price for more. >> pam: that was kron 4's will tran reporting. stay with kron-4 for continued live super bowl coverage throughout the week in our morning and evening shows. gary radnich it is also coming up later. plus. there's more on theas well as our facebook and twitter feeds. kron 4 news will be right back [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t.
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>> pam: somebody appears to have a grudge against a family in the willow glen neighborhood of san jose. the front door of their glenwood avenue home was doused with some type of flammable liquid and set on fire early today. no one was hurt and the fire did little damage but a day earlier, one of the family cars was spattered with yellow paint and it's tires were slashed. the longtime residents say they have no idea why they're being targeted. police are asking neighbors
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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> we never give up >> reporter: the chief of police is what they save for their renewed surge of kevin collins. the two could not elaborate what led to this search of this home on masonic ave. the determination of these bones are not belonging to this child is a top priority. >> reporter: continuing our coverage i spoke to the owner of this building who was renting out of both
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units. at the time of the disappearance the long term were two men that lived in the bottom apartment. most exchanges were normal 11 of the men went on a grand over a plumbing issue. >> inappropriate and out of control it made me wonder about his personality. >> reporter: maureen kelly, kron 4. >> reporter: this family was victimized by arson and vandalism. somebody set fire to the front door. the day before somebody slashed the tires and spattered the car with yellow paint. they do not know why their home is being targeted. >> this house could have burned it down. >> reporter: no one is hurt with minimal damage but arson investigators are asking for neighbors help to help catch the culprit rob
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fladeboe, kron 4. >> reporter: the mission district, saudi mayor, the police chief, the fire chief, with businesses -- saw that-this city mayor, ed leave. visi th loca businesses. at leaf was visiting local businesses with twice as many officers. and trash cans will be emptied to avoid fires. it all comes down to respect and they're hoping for a safe celebration. dan kerman, kron 4. gabe slate tech report with blackberry trying to change their image they have a press event with the z 10 and q 10 1 has
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a physical keyboard. the z -0 is available in the month of march no pricing yet. gabe slate tech report >> catherine: more than 24 hours after it started -- a gunman in southeastern alabama is still holed up in a bunker with a 6-year-old hostage. it all started yesterday afternoon -- when the man killed a school bus driver and dragged the boy away. police say the suspect is a 65-year-old man with a history of mental problems. they're talking to him through a ventilation pipe. neighbors say the man patrolled his yard at night with a shotfun -- and once beat a dog to death with a lead pipe. >> police are on the hunt for a gunman responsible for a deadly shooting at a phoenix office building.
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police identified the suspect as arthur d. harmon, saying that he is "armed and dangerous." late this morning police say he entered the building and opened fire hitting three people. the other two victims have been hospitalized police do not believe the shooting was a random act. a huge storm system is ripping through the midwest and down through louisiana. this video is from georgia of a tornado forming. tornadoes and wind gusts of up to 70 miles per hour have been reported. at least two people are dead from the violent weather while others are trapped in homes and businesses experts say more potentially dangerous weather is possible. thousands were left without power and officials warn flooding could be a problem in affected areas. >> pam: now to world news. in brazil, police say faulty and fake fire extinguishers were found in a night club that caught fire and killed 235 people.
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last weekend's fire is still being investigated but two band members have been arrested after they reportedly set off some fireworks meant for outdoor use. the two club owners have also been arrested. brazilian state media report that one of the men tried to commit suicide in his hospital room. >> jacqueline: 60s through san francisco. if warm and dry weather cooling and cloud coverage for the weekend but a fairly mild for this time of year. finally a breakdown with tuesday and wednesday of next week.
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>> this just in to the kron 4 news room the chp will remain in oakland however it is not clear at this point if the city of oakland or san francisco is going to be paying for this. we just received this of a 30 day extension. they have been in the crime suppression effort that was slated to and to tomorrow. their received 30 extra days. this was during the operation. the c h p provides assistance in addition to the normal assistance for oakland. we will continue to follow the latest and who was going to pay the bill for this. >> pam: even breweries are getting in on the super bowl betting action.
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♪ >> two breweries on opposite sides of the country are squaring off in a super bowl bet. flying dog brewey in maryland and the san francisco-based anchor brewing company are putting each other's beers on the line. the loser must pour the other brewery's beer in its taproom for a week! there's more.guides for the losing company's brewey tours will be wearing the winning team's gear! >> coming up dr. fell as a the exclusive interview dr.--phil... with a sneak peek that you'll only see on
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kron 4. >> you basically killed her off? >> yes. you killed her off with leukemia. that was to end at? >> yes. why call back and say the she is not dead? if the truth was not known he could not have closure? i knew i needed to some to something and make everything right. >> we will hear more from tonight at 8:00 p.m. with today a4:00 p.m. tomorrow-at 4:0
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p.m.. >> pam: coming up the last 49 years victory, steve young and.
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i am cell pages right now. but i'm ready to give back on the field. >> i am a jittery >> all of this is cool with the cameras, the questions but we came here to play football. >> of course the players will be happy. the 49ers met with the media for about one hour in the big one.
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however, the parents of the harbaugh brothers. andno one has thrown for more tohcbdown i a super bowl game then our guest hall of famer steve young. this was the last time the 49ers played in a super bowl was in miami. 49-26. 1 0 1 0.4 is is the highest in history. one of the most respected analysts with espn. we will get right to be annoying stuff. this comments from culver this will impact the came or could it linger? >> super bowl week. it is the kind of things were things get blown up. so they
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can try to squash some of those things and making foolish statements. >> do you think that it will impact the other players or will we hear more of the us of this? >> i think that you cannot be in sensitive. he and you cannot make foolish statements. the super bowl right now is red hot and that is the problem. just the night before the game things get blown up and you have to be really careful. you certainly do not want to make foolish statements. when that happens, super bowl is a way that it gets people out of control. players are going to have to figure out how to focus. i
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suspect like any thing it will not just go away. >> did you enjoy the media. you were always did you enjoy at the time >> i think you know that we are looking at a different ring circus but i tried to keep us focused. if people can get distracted i tried to see who is doing a job it made my life a lot easier. through the years, you and i have gone through that it becomes tibet mind numbing but at least we try to say something useful. perhaps for others. >> speaking of great quotes
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it to you will agree with randy moss? [laughter] >> you do not grow to media day and declared herself as the greatest receiver declare-yourself as the greatest, anything. and you have to have a follower and a later the same with this thing. people usually make that simthat-mistaken for you. >> and especially wearing a 49ers uniform. >> gary: have you ever used deer antler spray? la [laughter] some of these stories are really funny if you just think about it. what are these guys is doing. i would
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be very afraid of paddlers break.of that-accusation of usi- antler spray and from a rehabilitation do you know what that does for you? >> i thought that you or some type of doctor. l loughn would you argue with this premise that indeed if he used it. and he tonight it. >> you have to be extra careful. you do not want just one report from just one guy. if it is not true.
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when alex smith was replaced by kaepernick where did you stand? >> if they go with a hot hand and what you think about that? but it looks to me like kaepernick is going to get the call. there is an on written role in football that if you are playing well. i think that both of them happened and handled with extreme the well. as well as anyone has ever played. they seem to have a out decent. have you been
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tested that much and they said not really, they have not really hit me that hard. what is the big deal with the n f l. and they all think that why did they think that the this was so difficult? >> gary: do you think they compare him to you? >> people that can move all around and throw the football on appreciate the comparison. i think that it is fond. and if you can still have some fun and not get hurt and stay on the field is a tremendous weapon. but do not give up on anything they have this amazing wrinkle. and i have to be honest that i am a little bit jealous where was that in 1986 during the tampa bay game? now, it is a great thing for young
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quarterbacks. griffith have that out. what the offenses to or not. >> what was the record? >> and really quickly, harbaugh. i do not know him that much. but he always seems like he is not enjoying the moment is that it just a front to? >> i always describe him as the guy that says that i will race you to the car after we get out of the restaurant. and he just is that way. he says funny things and i think that he feels like the media is a pain in the neck. and he does not want to do with it but that is okay. >> gary: thank you so much.
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and i have to say this the reason why you are so good is that you have a beautiful family. i know when you are arguing the you are really not that mad. >> it is my one shot. my wife does not care it is my one shot to talk football. >> in the or not mad at? >> no, we are best friend and trend loves football more than anybody i know. and we are here together on more than anybody i know. and we are here together on when i take a picture of this check, it goes straight to the bank. oh. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks.
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